StreetStrider is the brand name of a mobile elliptical trainer. The StreetStrider consists of a T-shaped lower chassis with two front wheels and a rear wheel containing a drive assembly, and a vertical chassis to which two reciprocating arms are attached. Two elongate platforms on each side of the lower frame are attached to the cranks as part of the drive assembly which, like the bicycle transmission systems, also includes a hub, a rotating axle and an internal drive system. hub gear that translates the rotation of the axle. the hub. The StreetStrider reader is either chain or chainless direct drive, depending on the model. The lower end of each arm lever is attached to the front end of each foot platform, which, by connecting to the rear of the rotating crank arm and the front to the swing arm lever, usually moves on an elliptical path. The device also includes a tilt mechanism for steering, as well as multiple brakes and gears. It was developed by David W. Kraus.
The StreetStrider duplicates the motion of a stationary elliptical exerciser in a mobile device. The rider achieves high-impact cardiovascular training with low impact on the body while moving outdoors. With a branded coach booth, adult StreetStrider models can be fashioned into stationary elliptical trainers, allowing indoor use during inclement weather. The StreetStrider can be used for fitness, weight loss, physical therapy, human transportation and outdoor adventure.